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ProBlogger Job Board Advertiser Testimonials

The ProBlogger Job Boards have been responsible for seeing hundreds of bloggers looking for work and those wanting to hire bloggers find one another. This page collates just some of the feedback from our advertisers:

From GrayWolf after advertising for bloggers on both Craigslist and the ProBlogger Job Boards:

“The job applications I got from ProBlogger were consistently higher quality than the ones from Craigslist. The applicants had more experience and were better qualified. At the end of the process, 6 of the 7 bloggers I hired came from the Problogger Job Board.”

Steve Shickles from 451Press.com writes:

“451 Press has been advertising for writers on the Problogger job board since September of 2006. We receive, on average, 20 applications a day based on those ads. We would not have experienced the growth we’ve seen this year without placing those ads on Problogger.”

Mike from Zoom Online writes:

“As with all things ProBlogger, hiring for bloggers on the job board resulted in a fantastic group of professional, talented and keyed-in individuals who understand the blogosphere and what it takes to be successful in it. While you might garner more results using a different service, you won’t find a better quality group of applicants than those that frequent Darren’s fantastic resource of a website.”

Carl from Gadget Extra writes:

“I was a bit wary of paying for an advert for writers as I didn’t know whether I would get a very good response, however within only a couple of hours I was receiving a steady reply of applications. After a couple of days I had to email Darren to ask for the position to be marked as filled as I had already found 3 writers to write for Gadget Extra and had several as backups just in case. Overall I am very happy and think it was definitely money well spent.”

Will from Killer Aces Media writes:

“The writers we hired from this job board got us mentioned on websites like Lifehacker, Wired, Consumerist, Boing Boing, MSNBC and Times. Given the intelligence level of your average ProBlogger reader, I really shouldn’t be surprised.”

Jon Symons from Art of Money writes:

“I have hired bloggers from Elance, Craigslist and from the ProBlogger.net job boards and when it comes to the combination of quality and quantity of applications, which is exactly what I was looking for as someone new to hiring, ProBlogger was by far the best.

When I reflect on why this might be it makes total sense, since the applicants from the ProBlogger.net job boards are likely readers of Darren’s blog and therefore they are already tuned in to the best blog training site on the web…they already know all the tips and tricks that will make them better blogs. As an employer this means much less training time for me, which is a very good thing.”

Richar Tanana from Caustic Truths writes:

“Problogger has provided my series of sites the highest quality of writers. As they are specific by music genre (heavymetalmusic.biz and punk.bz), it was very difficult to find the exact type of bloggers I needed. With the clout of Problogger, I had NO problems finding such writers who have a genuine interest for the kind of music my network covers. I am so impressed I might advertise only with Problogger in the future! I stand by this as I have tried other sites ranging from Craigslist to Elance.”

Arnold from Mr Gadget writes:

“I am amazed at the quality of applications that came through and at the fact
that I filled the role within a couple of days. For anyone thinking of
recruiting bloggers, there is no better place that I would recommend. Thank
you!”